De Moor IV:10: Arguments for the Existence of God: Nature (Part 4)

4. One may add extraordinary Events, whether they be miracles exceeding the powers of nature, or the marvelous revolutions of the greatest empires, or even remarkable manifestations of divine justice in the punishment of sins, in which one ought with astonishment to notice the finger of God, especially if in this manner ancient prophecies also obtain their fulfillment.


5. Neither is the marvelous Direction of Chance Occurrences to be omitted, which requires us to ascend to a provident Deity, as the Scriptural examples of Joseph, Christ, and other examples place beyond all controversy.

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